Halifax, Canada, May 24, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Four years in the making comes a story of love, anguish, redemption and second chances from political strategist Wyatt McIntyre as he weaves a tale spanning twenty years and set amidst the backdrop of the endless prairies of Montana to the halls of power in Washington D.C.. Self published through lulu.com, the first time novelist is proud to present Montana Skies, a passionate story of the choices we make and the lengths we'll go to to make them right.
Test Marketed with 50 readers across North America before general release the tale of fictional United States Senator James Olafsson has won the hearts of readers through McIntyre's painstaking attention to detail and the moments that define a life. Beginning with his time as a country pastor it becomes a 200 page journey with the author building to the climatic ending that pits the man he was against the man he is to make the ultimate choice, realizing either way he would be sacrificing something of himself.
"Montana Skies makes you believe. It makes you believe in love and hope but most importantly it makes you believe in good story telling. It’s a romance like only Wyatt can tell, rich in description, feeling and deep in passion." Reviewed one reader, while another has said, "as with all great literature, what imbues the work with greatness is not the subject but the telling. That is why you should consider Montana Skies, because the art is in the telling."
With the help of fellow self published Matthew Cochran McIntyre has sought to gain other feedback as well, through the use of online resources, including Youtube, Blogs and Social Networking sites, all of which have yielded positive feedback of the novel, demonstrating a proven story telling technique employed by the author. Called a philosophical trek by some while a trip home to the places we all know too well and yet never talk about by others, it has represented a significant undertaking by the author.
"There's only one story you can write, that you can put out there, the one that you want to tell and that was Montana Skies to me." Stated McIntyre. "To me it's one where the characters, with all their ambitions, hopes, dreams, flaws and shortcomings, cease to be just figments of my imagination and come alive to make them real and tangible, that make them people that you can relate to and that are relevant regardless of the age they are in."
For more information about Montana Skies visit www.wyattmcintyre.com/montanaskies.html or contact Wyatt at firstname.lastname@example.org To order your copy visit http://www.lulu.com/content/401629
Wyatt McIntyre is a political consultant, and online political commentator, he currently resides in Nova Scotia, with frequent visits to the United States, where he enjoys reading, woodcarving, history and writing.